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10.3: Submenu depth limit has been removed Desktop
I noticed that there doesn't seem to be a limit to the number of hierarchical folders that you can access. I think the limit used to be five. I am referring to the folders that appear if you, for example, have a drive in the dock and you click on it, and a list of folders and content of that drive pop-up. Now it looks like you can navigate much further through those folders then you could in Jag (I'm not sure if there is a limit at all).

[robg adds: I was able to navigate down to a depth of 12, so if there is a limit, it's clearly pretty high.]
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10.3: Submenu depth limit has been removed
Authored by: Saint on Nov 03, '03 11:35:48AM
i am very happy to see the depth limit removed, i was a strong supporter of Fabien Octave's BeHierarchic back in OS 9. my new concern is the file limit in contextual menus. I often try to deal with my prefs folder from the dock, and end up cursing. when will that be taken care of? i'm ignorant and whatnot, so i don't understand the difficulty involved, but i still want it!

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